Good Cards Patent
The innovation in which an application has been submitted to be patented is the “method and system for action tracking”, which in particular relates to the tracking of an action of user. Pawel Nazaruk is the owner of the patent application which was submitted to the USPTO on 6th February 2016.
The key components of the Patent application are:
1. A method for tracking an action of a user, comprising:
a. obtaining a first set of data from the user;
b. associating the obtained first set of data to a profile of the user; and #
c. determining a second set of data that is associated to the first set of data.
2. A system for tracking an action of a user, comprising: #
a. a data acquisition module adapted to obtain the first set of data from the user;
b. an analytics module adapted at least to associate the obtained first set of data to a profile of the user and to determine a second set of data that is associated to the first set of data;
c. a storage module adapted to store at least the first set of data and second set of data; and d. one or more processing module adapted to process at least the first set of data, the second set of data and the profile of the user.
Prior to the submission of the patent application, a freedom to operate analysis was undertaken in order to determine whether or not this patent application could interfere with the rights of others. Searches have been made through Espacenet and USPTO to discover whether this innovativation is unique. There have been no results yielded that suggest the application for this patent conflicts with existing patents.
This innovation that has been submitted for patent has the potential to create better communications amongst individuals and provide accurate information on the impact of social good deeds committed by individuals which has previously been difficult to track. This identifiable information can also be used to inspire others to do good deeds.
In regards to implementing regulations, there are several EU regulations/Directives which this innovation addresses and which provide new business opportunities. For example, there are several EU Directives focusing on the use of energy including:
Directive 2009/28 / EC , which states the principle of 3×20 EU Member States
Directive of the European Parliament and the Council 2009/125 / EC of 21 October 2009, which establishes a framework for the setting of ecodesign requirements for energy-related products
The Goods Cards patent has the power to meet EU Regulations as the goals and missions to be documented by the user tracking mechanism are focused on creating environmental and social benefits which are current issues faced by the globe today.